Chess games are a lot like feature movies. For instance, the chess moves can be thought of as the dialogue, strategic themes are the plot, and tactics are the fight scenes. Sometimes endgames are the final battle and other times just an epilogue. The average movie goer, much like an amateur chess player, often catch the main points but miss many important subtleties. Having an experienced chess coach review your chess games in detail, is akin to watching a movie with a good friend who is an expert in the history of film, who is capable of analyzing more than just plot and dialogue but also all of the cinematic subtleties such as lighting, camera angle, editing, microphone placement, etc.) Students who submit their games to me for review not only receive a synopsis of the main themes but also learn to understand the subtleties that 97% of chess players never even notice.
Note: Only games submitted in standard pgn format will be accepted for analysis. Games will be returned in pgn format with annotations.